Gas station hearing set for June 15


Last updated 6/6/2023 at 2:26pm

The controversial proposal to redevelop the Space Age Gas station at the corner of Cascade Avenue and Pine Street will go before the Sisters Planning Commission for a public hearing on Thursday, June 15, at 5:30 p.m. at Sisters City Hall.

The planning commission will hear public testimony from the applicant and interested citizens at the hearing.

The proposed new convenience store on the site would have 3,500 square feet of space, and the station would have eight towers with 16 fuel pumps, an overhead canopy with lighting, related site improvements, and increased asphalt area for parking. C & C Nursery and Richard’s Farmstand would both be removed from their current locations behind the station.

Pliska Investments LLC owns the subject property. The proposal has drawn considerable fire from community members concerned about the scope and scale of the redevelopment, potential for impacts on traffic, and effects on the character of the community.

Materials relating to both workshop agenda items are available on the City website under Meetings & Agendas. All items in the proposal record for the service station can be found under Community Development on the City website,


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